Levi L. Barbour papers, 1857-1926.

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Barbour, Levi L. (Levi Lewis), 1840-1925. Levi L. Barbour papers, 1857-1926.

Levi L. Barbour papers, 1857-1926.

Correspondence, poems, articles, addresses, account book, and Delta Kappa Epsilon autograph book; letter book, 1883-1884, dealing mainly with prisons and jails in Michigan which Barbour inspected; scrapbook of miscellaneous clippings and scattered correspondence; and photographs.

.4 linear ft., 2 outsize folders, and 1 outsize v.

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